Centre expects the high tomato prices to soften from December

Arrivals in November this year were only 1.96 million tonnes as compared to 2.13 million tonnes


The all-India average retail price of Onion as on November 25 is Rs 39 a kg which is 32 per cent lower than that of the last year

The Centre on Friday said that the high tomato prices will fall from December onwards as arrivals in the North Indian states will begin, leading to an increase in its

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First Published: Nov 27 2021 | 2:06 AM IST

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